Professor Ewa Golebiowska delivers Marilyn Williamson Distinguished Faculty Fellowship Lecture
The Wayne State University Humanities Center awarded Professor Ewa Golebiowska a Marilyn Williamson Endowed Distinguished Faculty Fellowship for 2021-22.
In February 2022, Professor Golebiowska gave the Williamson Lecture on her research project entitled "Membership in a Stigmatized Religious Minority and Political Support: Nonbelievers Running for Office in the United States."
Dr. Golebiowska's research specializes in political behavior and political psychology. She has developed an international reputation for her research into the dynamics of political tolerance and stereotyping with respect to female, minority, and gay and lesbian political candidates. Moreover, Professor Golebiowska has compiled an exemplary publication record since her arrival at Wayne State.
In addition to a major book, she has published 17 refereed journal articles and seven chapters in edited collections. A number of these refereed articles are in the most prestigious journals in the discipline of political science including The Journal of Politics, Political Behavior, American Politics Quarterly, and Political Psychology.
Her book, The Many Faces of Tolerance: Attitudes toward Diversity in Poland (Routledge, 2014) has received international acclaim.